Irreversible Changes

Hosein Kouros-Mehr Author Interview

Hosein Kouros-Mehr Author Interview

Extinction 6 is a vivid and detailed story about Earth’s 6th extinction event and the effort to try and stop it. What was your inspiration for the idea behind this novel?

Based on recent papers in Nature and Science, it looks like global warming is accelerating. We have until 2030 to make significant chances to our greenhouse gas emissions or we face irreversible changes to the climate. I wanted to bring awareness to this issue by painting a picture of a world devastated by global warming

There are many interesting characters throughout the novel. Who was your favorite character to write for?

Manos Kharon, the billionaire who would rather destroy the Earth than see his profits fall.

This novel touches heavily on climate change and global warming. Is this something that you think is only science fiction, or is it a serious concern?

You can read this article for yourself – https://www.cnn.com/2018/10/07/world/climate-change-new-ipcc-report-wxc/index.html

What is the next book that you are writing and when will it be available?

I will hold off writing any more novel until I retire. It will be far more fun to write when I don’t have a day job 🙂

Author Links: GoodReads | Facebook

Extinction 6 by [Kouros-Mehr, Hosein]

By mid century, Arctic oil drilling accelerates global warming and triggers famine and world war. A team at Google launches Project Titan to reverse climate change and end fossil fuel addiction. Without a radical solution, humanity faces catastrophe.

Earth’s sixth mass extinction is underway. One hope remains.

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